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Taking the Investigating Police Officer Depo




Summary
In auto cases or other cases where a police investigation is involved, the deposition of a police offer may be a key part of your case. Learn the techniques you need to lock down police officer testimony and how to use traffic collision reports for impeachment at trial.

Presenters
Geoff Wells
Geoffrey S. Wells has succeeded in obtaining impressive recoveries for his clients, resulting in more than 250 multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements in complex legal actions. These include cases Segal v. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority – $7.7 million; Willis v. Figueroa – $4 million; motor vehicle injury, Quezada v. Motor Coach Industries – $8.15 million; Mehdipour v. The city of Santa Monica – $2.65 million; wrongful death and Murillo v. U.S. Border Patrol – $3.3...More
Program Agenda
5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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